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Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
Oh why don't we go
To where the wind blows
See stained glass windows

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
It is where you got
Your first glass of scotch
Your golden pocket watch

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
We see your rich aunt
Went to your dйbutante
What more could you want?

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
You go back in time
The moment you cross the city line

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
Oh why don't we go
To where the wind blows
See stained glass windows

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
It is where you got
Your first glass of scotch
Your golden pocket watch

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
We see your rich aunt
Went to your dйbutante
What more could you want?

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
It is a mystery
How they preserved their history

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
Oh why don't we go
To where the wind blows
See stained glass windows

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
It is where you got
Your first glass of scotch
Your golden pocket watch

Oh in Savannah
Way down in Georgia
We see your rich aunt
Went to your dйbutante
What more could you want?



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